Greenbrier is a thorny evergreen vine that grows in thickets, along roadsides and in woods. Greenbrier is the common name for a number of individual species of vine. All Greenbrier vines are good for wildlife. The black fruit is a good source of food for many species of birds and matures in September to November. And the leaves provide good nutritional value to deer all winter long.
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